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Dr. William Eng

Foot & Ankle Specialist & Surgeon

Dr. William Eng

Dr. William Eng is a podiatric surgeon who primarily focuses on podiatric medicine and is skilled in both elective surgery of the foot and ankle. Utilizing the latest techniques Dr. Eng specializes in bunion and hammertoe procedures.

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  • 1-804-273-1717
  • Chester, Colonial Heights, Kilmarnock, RichmondAFAC Locations

Specialty

Podiatric Medicine
Foot & Ankle Surgery
Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy
Wound Care

Surgical Specialities

Foot, Rearfoot, and Ankle Surgery

Memberships

Virginia Podiatric Medical Association

American Podiatric Medical Association

Doctor Schedule

Monday (West End)08:30 - 05:00
Tuesday09:30 - 06:00
Wednesday08:30 - 05:00
Friday08:30 - 05:00

Biography

Dr. William Eng, DABLES was born in Hong Kong and raised in Seattle, WA  and Portland, OR. He was introduced to podiatry from a neighbor that was a practicing podiatrist and immediately developed an affinity for the profession. 

Education

Portland State University 

Portland, Oregon

  • Dr. William Eng, DABLES received a Bachelor of Science degree at Bethany College in Portland, Oregon in 1979. 

Kent State University School of Podiatric Medicine

Cleveland, Ohio

  • Dr.William Eng, DABLES began podiatric training at the Kent State University School of Podiatric Medicine (KSUSPM) in Cleveland, Ohio.

McGuire Virginia Medical Center 

Richmond, Virginia

  • Dr. William Eng completed three year program which conveys a graduated system of education, from simple bunion. to chronic heel pain. 

Research interests

Bunions, Hammertoe corrective procedures, Neuroma removal, Endoscopic plantar fasciotomy for chronic heel pain. 

Awards and honours

Dr. William Eng, DABLES has been several publications including; 

“Spontaneous Bollus Eruption in Diabetes Mellitus, A Case Study.” Podiatry Today in 1985

“Podiatric Resource Guide.” Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Geriatric Medicine in 1986  

Conditions treated

Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy100%
Ankle Joint Replacements100%
Ankle Joint Fusion100%
Ultrasound Guided Injections100%
Wound Care of the Foot, Ankle and Leg100%
Ankle Pain and Injury of Tendons100%
Diabetic Shoes, Nail Care, and Callus Care100%
Ingrown Nails100%
Foot Pain and Injuries including Tendons100%
Hammertoes and all toe deformities100%
Bunions and all foot deformities100%
Heel Pain including Achilles Tendon and Plantar Fasciitis100%
Thick, Painful Fungal Toenails100%

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